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R. B. 2. [preprinted] United States Senate,
Washington, D.C., [/unpreprinted]
something akin to the taste which makes us determine the value of a fine picture. I had the impression that Lucy Cuyler had been relieved from active service and that perhaps her only value was a commercial one as a brood mare. Her mother I regard as one of the very choicest brood mares on my place, except in her age. Her produce has been unfortunate in development but has shown a speed and valuable characteristics equal to the produce of any other.
I wish I understood your
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[preprinted] United States Senate, Washington D.C. [/preprinted]
power of reducing a swelling of the legs.
I do not wonder at all that you desire to retain Lucy, and had I understood how you value her I would not have made the proposition I did, but I think there has never been the equal of [Lunol? Surrol?]
Hoping some day to have the pleasure of meeting you in New York, or possibly at Palo Alto,
Very truly yours
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[left margin] LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO BANK LIMITED. [/left margin]
[image: crest of two shields and wreath]
No. ..... San Francisco ....... 187 ...
London & San francisco Bank Limited
Pay to [image: seal, face in profile -Ben Franklin?-, UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE 2 TWO CENTS] or Bearer
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My dear Doctor Wilbur
This letter from Sen. Stanford may be of sufficient interest to place in your scrap-book of Stanfordiana.
30 Oct 1923 (The writing is that of his secretary Herbert C. Nash.)
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Los Angeles Cala 31
Mrs Leland Stanford
I have visited all the surrounding country as far as possible
think I shall leave here tonight for home in which case I will be due in San Francisco at four forty and will be able to take six o'clock train for [Meul?].
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
NUMBER 9.20am / SENT BY CA / REC'D BY J / CHECK 61 DH.
Received at Menlo Park May 30 May 30 1887
Dated Los Angeles May 29
To Mrs. Leland Stanford
Have visited San Diego been to San Gorgonio and seen Doctor and Mrs Stillman who are most beautifully located have been to Pasadena, go to Santa Monica to
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
stay tonight have been much occupied and interested with what we have seen, Tomorriw we expect to visit San Fernando and go over the [branch?] to Wilmington & Santa Anta then start for Home
Hope you are well.
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[preprinted] United States Senate,
Washington, D. C., [/preprinted] Jan. 25, 1886.
Mr. J. W. Knox
c/o [Mess?]: Tracy & Wilson
Yours of 21st inst: to hand.
It will give me great pleasure to tender to Mr. Alexander the free use of Electioneer to cover the Sister to Maud S.
Very Truly Yours
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[preprinted] United States Senate,
Washington, D.C., [/preprinted] March 3, 1887
Hon. Grover Cleveland.
President of the United States.
My dear Sir:
The bill making an appropriation for the purchase of a site for a Post office at San Francisco, California, has been sent to you for your consideration.
The present Post office at San Francisco is in a wretched condition and a new one is imperatively demanded.
In the pressure of business before you, I hope it will not escape your attention.
Very truly Yours,
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[preprinted] SENATE CHAMBER
February 9. 1886
To Railroad Officials.
Miss A. M. Lathrop, a sister of Mrs. Stanford, is travelling to California unattended, and I shall be very much obliged for any courtesy that may be extended to her to make her journey pleasant
President Central Pacific & Souther Pacific R. R.